Question about Salton Jr. JM1 Juicer
The motor is activated by pressure on the rind of the orange. Pressure causes the mechanism to rotate. The motor is not responding at all.I don't recall the age of the appliance. I therefore don't know if you can help. If not, can you recommend someone who can repair it. I have taken it apart and there does not seem to be any damage to the copper coils or the wires that connect to it. I have all the parts and can put it back together with assistance. Can you help with this?
Will be going to a "small appliance" repair shop.
Thanks for the follow-up.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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